NfeC protein, Bradyrhizobium japonicum
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Paraburkholderia phymatum is a highly effective microsymbiont of Mimosa spp. and has also been shown to nodulate papilionoid… Expand Forty eight rhizobial isolates from New Zealand (NZ) native Sophora spp. growing in natural ecosystems were characterised. Thirty… Expand BACKGROUND AND AIMS
The legume clade Lotononis sensu lato (s.l.; tribe Crotalarieae) comprises three genera: Listia, Leobordea… Expand The coming avalanche of genomic data is bringing opportunities for new insights into the genome architecture and evolution of… Expand SummaryIn the present investigations ‘Chillum’ jar assembly was found to provide more favourable environmental conditions for… Expand Taxonomy is the science that studies the relationships between organisms. It comprises classification, nomenclature, and… Expand With recent advances in rhizobial phylogeny, questions are being asked as to how an ecological framework can be developed so that… Expand The ability of Hawaiian volcanic soils to nodulate actinorhizal Myrica cerifera, Casuarina equisetifolia, and Alnus glutinosa was… Expand Sinorhizobium fredii USDA257 forms nitrogen-fixing nodules in association with the primitive soybean cultivar 'Peking' but fails… Expand In this issue of PNAS, Nishimura et al. demonstrate that ASTRAY, the legume homolog of HY5, a transcription factor that mediates… Expand